After a number of strong outs this year, Paige Stout's bull, Recovery Time, will be heading to Las Vegas at the end of the month for the 2015 PBR World Finals.Read More September 30, 2015 @ 10:00:00 AM View All of Paige Stout's Blogs
Shane Proctor felt good in Tulsa, despite coming down hard after his dismount, because he had finally broken an ominous streak. Now, he's focusing on making a second half push.
Fabiano Vieira says he's ready to ride once again in Thackerville after hurting his shoulder. Meanwhile, J.B. Mauney says he's playing it safe this weekend and will not compete.
With 8 to Glory, available now in iOS and Android devices, fans of the PBR can live the life and see if they can reach 8 seconds on the rankest bulls in the business.
With the PBR World Championship buckle in reach, Cooper Davis fought through pain in Tulsa to pull within 20.33 points of the world standings lead. He'll have to do it again if he wants to take the lead this weekend in Thackerville.
The BlueDEF Tour will kick off its own march to Las Vegas Sept. 10 when the second half commences in Rochester, New York.
Cody Heffernan already has a championship buckle on his waist as the 2016 PBR Australia Champion. Now back in the U.S. and on the BFTS, he's aiming for at least one more buckle in Las Vegas.
Cooper Davis continued his hot streak in Tulsa by winning the Express Employment Professionals Classic, presented by Osage Casino. The win is Davis' second in a row and moved him to second in the world standings.
Kaique Pacheco did what he had to do Sunday afternoon to hold on to his lead in the world standings, but Cooper Davis' surge has him right on his heels.
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